- The Washington Times - Saturday, June 21, 2008

Fundraising figures for May as released by the presidential candidates.

DEMOCRAT

BARACK OBAMA

Total receipts to date: $295.52 million, including $10.72 million for general election.



Total contributions to date: $287.5 million.

Total spending: $252.4 million.

May contributions: $21.9 million, including $687,000 for general election.

May spending: $26.8 million.

May transfers or loans: none.

Cash on hand: $43 million, including $10 million for general election.

Debt: $304,000.

Top donor states this quarter: California, $1.8 million; Florida, $1.3 million; New York, $1.1 million.

Employees of Microsoft gave $14,245; employees of IBM gave $13,592.

HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON

Total receipts to date: $238 million, including $23.3 million for the general election and $12.2 million loan.

Total contributions to date: $209.4 million.

Total spending: $207.6 million

May contributions: $12.6 million, including $395,000 for the general election.

May spending: $19 million.

May transfers or loans: $2.175 million personal loan from candidate.

Cash on hand: $26.7 million, including $23.3 million for the general election that can’t be used.

Debt: $22.5 million, including $12.2 million personal loan.

Top donor states this quarter: California: $1.5 million; New York: $956,000; Florida: $458,000.

Employees of IBM gave $9,408; employees of Merrill Lynch gave $7,370.

REPUBLICAN

JOHN MCCAIN

Total receipts to date: $121.9 million.

Total contributions to date: $110 million.

Total spending: $90.3 million.

May contributions: $16.6 million.

May spending: $11.7 million.

May transfers or loans: $4.3 million _ money raised through joint victory fund with Republican National Committee.

Cash on hand: $31.6 million.

Debt: $1.3 million.

Top donor states this quarter: Florida, $1 million; California, $881,000; Texas, $800,000.

Employees of Johnson & Johnson gave $16,550; employees of the construction firm A.D. Morgan Corp. gave $12,300.

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